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[movies]Milwaukee protects Lake Michigan by turning in 36 tons of electronics, medicines in EPA Challenge - Greg Peterson
Milwaukee area residents turned in 32 tons of electronic waste and 3.5 tons of pharmaceuticals during two events in EPA Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge. About 3.5 tons of pharmaceuticals were turned by the public during Medicine Collection Day on Saturday, April 19, 2008 organized by the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD). The Milwaukee Department of Public Works (DPW) organized an electronics collection on Saturday, April 26, 2008 that garner about 32 tons of electronics...
Keywords: Milwaukee; EPA Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge; U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; recycle; pharmaceuticals; electronics; e-waste; medicines; Interfaith; Earth Healing Initiative; Marquette University; Milwaukee Department of Public Works; Milwaukee DPW; Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District; MMSD; Earth Day; environment
Downloads: 198
[movies]Kayakers circle Lake Superior shoreline - Greg Peterson
It's a 1,300 mile, two month odyssey - kayaking around the always beautiful and sometimes treacherous Lake Superior Ashland, Wisconsin residents Alissa Weitz and Brian Castillo are promoting the protection of Lake Superior - the world's largest freshwater lake. The twenty somethings departed Bayfield, Wisconsin on July 1, 2008 and hope to complete their journey by September. The kayaking duo left Marquette, Michigan on Tuesday afternoon, July 22, 2008 to continue their journey...
Keywords: Odyssey; Kayak; Kayaking; Adventure; Marquette; Michigan Lake Superior; Great Lakes; Ashland; Bayfield; Wisconsin; Canada; waves; water; fog; Lake Superior Day; Minnesota; swim; swimming; harbor; harbors; ore dock; Houghton; Misery Bay; Earth Healing Initiative; Earth Keepers; Earth Keepers Initiative; paddle; paddling; sea; seas storms; lightening; rain; boundary waters; kayakers; kayaker; Northland College; Turtle Island Project; Cedar Tree Institute; Lake Superior Binational Forum; Ecosuperior; Environment Canada; 2008; sun; sunshine; beach; shoreline; shore; Upper Peninsula; water temperature; Keweenaw Peninsula; Keweenaw Waterway; breakwater; breakwall; circumnavigation; circumnavigating; circumnavigate; Gitchie Gummi; Gitchee Gumee; invasive species; global warming; climate change; agates; agate; rocks; sandstone; awareness; raise awareness; public awareness
Downloads: 321
[movies]Recycling 101: College of Menominee Nations gives lesson in EPA Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge - Greg Peterson
The Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin contributed over 4 tons of electronic and pharmaceutical waste to the EPA Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge. This is the first of several videos explaining the tribes numerous projects that included cleaning up the reservation, replacing gang symbols with Native American art, teaching youth about the legend of the sturgeon and its place in tribal culture. In part one, the non-profit interfaith Earth Healing Initiative looks at the many recycling project...
Keywords: EPA Great Lakes National Program Manager Region 5 Administrator Mary Gade; Mary A Gade; EPA Great Lakes National Program Manager and Region 5 Administrator; EPA Deputy Regional Administrator Bharat Mathur; pharmaceuticals; electronics; Wisconsin; Lake Michigan; Marquette University; Lutheran Campus Ministry; Medicine Cabinet Clean-Out Day; Western Lake Superior Sanitary District; University of Minnesota; Lutheran Campus Ministry; Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin; WITW; College of Menominee Nation; Earth Day 2008; Earth Healing Initiative; Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge; EPA; USEAP; United States Environmental Protection Agency; recycle; Ohio; Michigan; Indiana; New York; Pennsylvania; Wisconsin; Illinois; Indiana; Native American; American Indian; First Nations peoples; Indigenous; Earth Keeper Initiative; electronics; e-waste; computers; medicines; pills; unwanted; broken; non-profit; volunteer; religion; faith; communities; faith traditions; heritage; tradition; culture; Indigenous peoples
Downloads: 260
[movies]Menominee spiritual sturgeon: Menominee Indian Tribe of WI, EPA Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge - Greg Peterson
(Keshena, Wisconsin) - The Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin contributed over 4 tons of electronic and pharmaceutical waste to the EPA Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge. This is the second of several videos explaining the numerous MITW projects including teaching youth about the legend of the sturgeon and its place in tribal culture, cleaning up the reservation, replacing gang symbols with Native American art and making garbage monsters...
Keywords: Sturgeon; fish; EPA Great Lakes National Program Manager Region 5 Administrator Mary Gade; Mary A Gade; EPA Great Lakes National Program Manager and Region 5 Administrator; EPA Deputy Regional Administrator Bharat Mathur; pharmaceuticals; Wisconsin; Lake Michigan; Marquette University; Lutheran Campus Ministry; Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin; WITW; College of Menominee Nation; Earth Day 2008; Earth Healing Initiative; Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge; EPA; USEAP; United States Environmental Protection Agency; recycle; Michigan; Upper Peninsula; Native American; American Indian; First Nations peoples; Indigenous; Earth Keeper Initiative; Earth Keepers; electronics; e-waste; computers; medicines; pills; unwanted; broken; non-profit; volunteer; religion; faith; communities; faith traditions; heritage; tradition; culture; Indigenous peoples; Great Lakes; Lake Michigan; Lake Superior; Lake Erie; nature; global warming; climate change; ecumenical; river; stream; pluralism; Baha'i; Bahai; Rev. Jon Magnuson
Downloads: 386
[movies]Benefit Concert #1: Supporting Nonprofit Cedar Tree Institute interfaith environment projects - Greg Peterson
First of several videos on a free benefit concert held in Feb. 2009 to support the environment projects and other initiatives of the nonprofit Cedar Tree Institute in Marquette, Michigan (Marquette, Michigan) - About 100 people listened to folk songs and rousing harmonica music and drank hot apple cider at a free benefit concert in Marquette on Monday, Feb. 23, 2009 to help raise money for the nonprofit Cedar Tree Institute and its many environment initiatives and other projects...
Keywords: Cedar Tree Institute; Earth Keeper Initiative; Earth Healing Initiative; free; benefit; concert; benefit concert; David McChesney; Michael Waite; Marquette; Michigan; nonprofit; environment; nature; Janus Project; Janus; harmonica; folk music; songs; music; folk singer; guitar; Messiah Lutheran Church; interfaith; Reverend Jon Magnuson; ELCA; evangelical; Evangelical Lutheran Church in America; teens; teenagers; counseling; at-risk teens; youth; Native American; American Indian; Indigenous; culture; heritage; Catholic; Roman Catholic; Presbyterian; United Methodist Church; Jewish; Bahai; Episcopal; Unitarian Universalist; Religious Society of Friends; Quakers; Zen Buddhist; Bahá'í; Justice St. Rain; Interfaith Resources; Special Ideas; Rolling Stones; crew chief; Royden W. Chuch Magee; Chuch Magee; Royden Magee; Toronto; heart attack; funeral; rehearsal; artist; seamstress; outdoor photographer; Forty Licks album; album; touring; rock and roll; rock n’ roll; Rock and Roll Hall of Fame; Cleveland; Ohio; Gold Rings; buddy; salt; earth; CD; dedication; youth ministry; guitarist; Ron Wood; The Faces; Faces; band; legends; da yoopers; Yooper; Utica; Oxford; Michael Sneed; Chicago Tribune; Chicago; EPA; Environmental Protection Agency; USEPA; Plonk; Ronnie Lane; drummer; Mickey Waller; Leigh Stephens; Ian McLagan; Kenney Jones; Rod Stewart; Chuch; Fran Curtis; Mick Jagger; Keith Richards; Charlie Watts; Crescent School; whitetail; deer; U.P. 200 Dogsled Race; sled; dog; U.P; Hi-Desert Nature Museum; Yucca Valley; California; winter; record-setting
Downloads: 188
[movies]Honoring Chuch Magee: Original member of nonprofit Cedar Tree Institute, 30 year Rolling Stones crew - Greg Peterson
Honoring the late Chuch Magee: Founding member of the nonprofit Cedar Tree Institute and for nearly 30 years the road manager/crew chief for the legendary Rolling Stones Scroll down to read more about Chuch Magee. Second of several videos on a free benefit concert held in Feb. 2009 to support the environment projects and other initiatives of the nonprofit Cedar Tree Institute in Marquette, Michigan...
Keywords: Cedar Tree Institute; Earth Keeper Initiative; Earth Healing Initiative; free; benefit; concert; benefit concert; David McChesney; Michael Waite; Marquette; Michigan; nonprofit; environment; nature; Janus Project; Janus; harmonica; folk music; songs; music; folk singer; guitar; Messiah Lutheran Church; interfaith; Reverend Jon Magnuson; ELCA; evangelical; Evangelical Lutheran Church in America; teens; teenagers; counseling; at-risk teens; youth; Native American; American Indian; Indigenous; culture; heritage; Catholic; Roman Catholic; Presbyterian; United Methodist Church; Jewish; Bahai; Episcopal; Unitarian Universalist; Religious Society of Friends; Quakers; Zen Buddhist; Bahá'í; Justice St. Rain; Interfaith Resources; Special Ideas; Rolling Stones; crew chief; Royden W. Chuch Magee; Chuch Magee; Royden Magee; Toronto; heart attack; funeral; rehearsal; artist; seamstress; outdoor photographer; Forty Licks album; album; touring; rock and roll; rock n’ roll; Rock and Roll Hall of Fame; Cleveland; Ohio; Gold Rings; buddy; salt; earth; CD; dedication; youth ministry; guitarist; Ron Wood; The Faces; Faces; band; legends; da yoopers; Yooper; Utica; Oxford; Michael Sneed; Chicago Tribune; Chicago; EPA; Environmental Protection Agency; USEPA; Plonk; Ronnie Lane; drummer; Mickey Waller; Leigh Stephens; Ian McLagan; Kenney Jones; Rod Stewart; Chuch; Fran Curtis; Mick Jagger; Keith Richards; Charlie Watts; Crescent School; whitetail; deer; U.P. 200 Dogsled Race; sled; dog; U.P; Hi-Desert Nature Museum; Yucca Valley; California; winter; record-setting
Downloads: 274
[movies]Zaagkii Wings & Seeds Project: Northern Michigan teens and KBIC tribal youth protecting pollinators - Greg Peterson
(Marquette, Michigan) - Northern Michigan teens are on a mission to protect pollinators by helping butterflies and restoring native plants to areas of the Upper Peninsula. Perhaps the best know pollinators are bees - like honey bees and bumble bees. Billions of these bees are dying across the world in a syndrome called Colony Collapse Disorder. Bees are disappearing and it's not clear why - although human impact on the environment are among the suspected causes like pesticides and global warming...
Keywords: Waiting for Wings; Poet Lois Ehlert; Author Lois Ehlert; Lois Ehlert; author; poet; illustrator; Children's Books Illustrator Diana Magnuson; Illustrator Diana Magnuson; The Butterfly Lady Susan Payant; The Butterfly Lady; Susan Payant; Jim Edwards; U.P. Children's Museum; Native American and Indigenous Studies Association 2010 Conference; Leora Tadgerson; Levi Tadgerson; Bay Mills Indian Community; Native American and Indigenous Studies Association; NAISA 2010 Conference; Tuscon; Arizona; NAISA; Northern Michigan University Center for Native American Studies Anishinaabemowin Professor Kenneth Pitawanakwat; NMU Center for Native American Studies Anishinaabemowin Professor Kenneth Pitawanakwat; NMU Anishinaabemowin Professor Kenneth Pitawanakwat; NMU Professor Adriana Greci Green; Northern Michigan University Professor Adriana Greci Green; Northern Michigan University Center for Native American Studies Professor Adriana Greci Green; Anishinaabemowin; The Peoples Garden; Zaagkii Wings and Seeds Project; Zaagkii Project; Jan Schultz; Rev. Jon Magnuson; American Indian; Native American; youth; Marquette; Michigan; Upper Peninsula; Baraga; teens; teenagers; pollinators; pollen; pollinating; butterflies; butterfly; honeybees; environment; native plants; species extinction; pesticides; Colony Collapse Disorder; Zaagkii Wings and Seeds Project; nonprofit; wings; seeds; Zaagkii Project; Cedar Tree Institute; CTI; wild rice; Manoomin Project; Earth Day Clean Sweep; Earth Day; Michigan Earth Keepers; Upper Peninsula Earth Keepers; Earth Keepers; Earth Keeper Initiative; Keweenaw Bay Indian Community; KBIC; Marquette County Juvenile Court; United States Forest Service; United States Department of Agriculture; Marquette Community Foundation; M.E. Davenport Foundation; Kaufman Foundation; Phyllis and Max Reynolds Foundation; Upper Peninsula Children's Museum; Borealis Seed Company; Big Bay; pollinate; indigenous plants; native species plants; bees; wasps; hornets; beekeeper; hives; Great Lakes; Lake Superior; Midwest; nature; wildlife; forests; climate change; global warming; milkweed; honey; Monarch; tribe; kids; Sand Point; beach; pollution; copper mining; stamp sands; refinery; Brownfield site; Brownfield; queen; drone; worker bee; larva; comb; honeycomb; endangered; conservation; habitat destruction; protection; bald-faced hornets; tribes; tribal; teen; wasp; hornet; Great Lakes Basin; earth; fruit; vegetables; trees; hive; American Beekeeping Federation; Indian Country Today; ICT; Turtle Island Project; Turtle Island; Earth Healing Initiative; Author Lynn M. Rosenblatt; book; MONARCH MAGIC!; MONARCH MAGIC! Author Lynn M. Rosenblatt; MONARCH MAGIC Author Lynn M. Rosenblatt; Monarch Watch; Erika Niebler; Sarah Swanson; Amanda Emerson; Fourth Annual National Pollinator Week; pollinator.org; National Pollinator Week 2010; Dr. Jim Hayward; Beekeeper Dr. Jim Hayward; Dr. Jim Hayward; Beekeeper Jim Hayward; beekeeper Jon Kniskern; Jon Kniskern; Jan Schultz; USFS National Botanist Larry Stritch; Botanist Larry Stritch; Larry Stritch; United States Forest Service National Botanist Larry Stritch; Jan Schultz; USFS Botanist Jan Schultz; honeycomb trays; trays; bee bush; frame gripper; frame hanger; hive tool; pine pitch; Bee Propolis; Propolis; mites; Varroa mites; deformed wings; wings; Acarine Tracheal mites; Acarine mites; Tracheal mites; Acarapis woodi; Varroa destructor; Varroa jacobsoni; parasitic mites; smoker; sumac; queen excluder; brood chambers; larval; honey chambers; royal jelly; grist of bees; grist; swarm of bees; swarm; bee swarm; brood frame; pollen; apiary; USFS Non-native Invasive Species Special Forest Products Program Leader Jan Schultz; United States Forest Service Botanist Jan Schultz
Downloads: 805
[image]EPA Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge in busiest week with Native Americans, interfaith groups - Greg John Peterson
Challenging an interfaith stake in the worlds environmental future: Million pounds e-waste, Million pills goal of EPA Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge (Chicago, Illinois) - Faith leaders across eight Great Lakes states are urging their members to participate in an Earth Day 2008 challenge to collect one million pounds of electronics and more than one million pills because trust is needed between all people to stop an environmental crisis...
Keywords: Alton; Beecher; Bellwood; Bolingbrook; Carol Stream; Channahon; Chicago; Elk Grove Village; Elmhurst; Glenview; Joliet; Lockport; Lombard; Mount Prospect; Northbrook; Park Ridge; Romeoville; Shorewood; Villa Park; West Chicago; Wheaton; Woodstock; Columbia City; Hammond; Knox; LaPorte; Fort Wayne; Rushville; Valparaiso; Bay City; Benton Harbor; Bloomfield Hills; Dearborn Heights; East Lansing; Farmington Hills; Goodells; Harbor Springs; Lansing; Midland; Monroe; Royal Oaks; Sault Ste Marie; Southfield; Traverse City; Blaine; Brooklyn Park; Duluth; Eagan; Eden Prairie; Madison; Maple Grove; New Ulm; Saint Cloud; Shakopee; St Louis Park; St Paul; Brockport; Buffalo; Fredonia; Rochester; Grove City; Kent; Perrysburg; Sandusky; Springfield; Toledo; Warren; Erie; Lancaster; Appleton; Brillion; Chilton; Crandon; Manitowoc; Milwaukee (two events); New Holstein; Oshkosh; Plover; Racine; Superior; Waupaca; Medicine Cabinet Clean Out Day; Western Lake Superior Sanitary District; University of Minnesota; 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Downloads: 121
[movies]Earth Healing Initiative: Faith groups, Native Americans help Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge - Greg John Peterson
Challenging an interfaith stake in the worlds environmental future: Million pounds e-waste; Million pills goal of EPA Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge (Chicago; Illinois) - Faith leaders across eight Great Lakes states are urging their members to participate in an Earth Day 2008 challenge to collect one million pounds of electronics and more than one million pills because trust is needed between all people to stop an environmental crisis...
Keywords: Alton; Beecher; Bellwood; Bolingbrook; Carol Stream; Channahon; Chicago; Elk Grove Village; Elmhurst; Glenview; Joliet; Lockport; Lombard; Mount Prospect; Northbrook; Park Ridge; Romeoville; Shorewood; Villa Park; West Chicago; Wheaton; Woodstock; Columbia City; Hammond; Knox; LaPorte; Fort Wayne; Rushville; Valparaiso; Bay City; Benton Harbor; Bloomfield Hills; Dearborn Heights; East Lansing; Farmington Hills; Goodells; Harbor Springs; Lansing; Midland; Monroe; Royal Oaks; Sault Ste Marie; Southfield; Traverse City; Blaine; Brooklyn Park; Duluth; Eagan; Eden Prairie; Madison; Maple Grove; New Ulm; Saint Cloud; Shakopee; St Louis Park; St Paul; Brockport; Buffalo; Fredonia; Rochester; Grove City; Kent; Perrysburg; Sandusky; Springfield; Toledo; Warren; Erie; Lancaster; Appleton; Brillion; Chilton; Crandon; Manitowoc; Milwaukee (two events); New Holstein; Oshkosh; Plover; Racine; Superior; Waupaca; Medicine Cabinet Clean Out Day; Western Lake Superior Sanitary District; University of Minnesota; 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